ïbe wedding of Johuathan Stangei and Miss Minnie L. , only danghter o Mr. and Mrs. Bern'hard Bender, No 415 S. Fonrth ave., took place at the residence of the bride's párente.' The decorations in the northwest parlor wbere the ceremony took place were elabórate consisting of smilax. out flowers and potted plants. The brida couple during the ceremony stoodnudei a floral canopy. The bride wore ; gowu of white orgaudie over a white satin, elaborately trimmed with rib bons and carried a bnnch of white bride's roses. The hridesmaid' Miss j Lydia Stanger wore a gown of Frencl muil over pink silk and carried a bnnoh of carnations. Miss Bnima Pischer, presided at the piano, and at the en trance of the bridal processiou playee the wedding march from Lohengrin. After Rev. John Neuinann of the Bothlehem chnrch, pronounced Mr. and Mrs. Stanger man and wife the company sat down to a wedding supper. The happy eonple left on the 9 :45 Michigan Central train for the east for a short honeymooii trip, expecting to be home the begiuning of the week. Their yonng friend.s acoompauied them to the depot and showered them with rice expressive of their good wishes. They were well remembered by their many friends with a large number of handsome presents. Arnong the guests from out of town who were in attendance were Mrs. Ferdiriand Schlessinger and son, oí Van Wert, Ohio; Miss Matilda Keek, of Grand Rapids; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hntzel, of Pittsfield, and Mrs. Wolfingtou, Ko. 4 1 4 Viftewood ave. , Detroit.